Solving Skin Problems

Bug bites, bee stings, and poison ivy are all common skin problems. Try not to scratch! Scratching can tear your skin and is another way for germs to get in there and possibly cause an infection. Your mom or dad can help you by applying an ointment or cream to fight the itch.
Eczema is another itchy problem. You're more likely to have this dry skin condition if you have asthma, hay fever, or other allergies. If a moisturizing cream doesn't work, you may need to see your doctor or a dermatologist, a doctor who specializes in skin care.
Urticaria, also known as hives, is a type of skin rash that causes red blotches or bumps that itch. Hives can be caused by an infection, or an allergic reaction to an insect bite, or something you ate, breathed in, or touched. 
Your mom or dad might give you medicine, such as an antihistamine, to reduce the swelling or itching related to the hives. If someone has hives and other symptoms, such as trouble breathing, the person needs to go to the emergency department.
You may not think of it as skin, but you have skin on your scalp, where your hair grows. Sometimes, this skin can get flaky and fall off. This might be dandruff, the little white flakes you can sometimes see if you are wearing a dark-colored shirt. 
Talk to your mom or dad about this and they can buy you a special shampoo, or talk to the doctor about getting a medicated shampoo to control dandruff. From

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 A brood of vipers, a swarm of? 
A place where animals are kept is called what?
The professional who treats sick animals is called?

Mew 2. Horses or donkeys 3. Bees, locust or flies 4. A zoo 5. A veterinarian

What kind of coat is best worn wet?
What has a head and tail but no limbs or body?
I can travel the world without leaving my corner. What am I?
What is always coming but never really arrives?
If you have me, you want to share me. But if you share me, you would Lose Me. What Am I?

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Name :Nwaogu Chinecherem Fortune
School :Community Nursery And Primary School Asokoro
Age :9years
Ambition : To become a pilot
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